Besides digitizing U-M's massive collection, Google plans to scan parts of other research libraries, including those at Harvard, Stanford, Oxford University in England and the New York Public Library. Those projects are much smaller in scope than Google's plans for U-M. At Harvard, for example, only 40,000 of the university's 15 million volumes will be digitized.
So that's maybe useful if you study literature or ancient history, but probably not so useful if you research anything in which there have been significant advances in the last 75 years, such as, oh lets's see, just about everything.
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